The Biennial Health & Safety Conference brings together CEOs, operational and HR managers, supervisors, process engineers, Health & Safety practitioners and safety representatives working in the Paper Industry
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CPI Biennial Health and Safety Conference 2017
Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth, Warwickshire
Preparations are well underway for this year’s CPI Biennial Health and Safety Conference, which this year, we are delighted to announce, will include an additional half-day to cover an array of industry issues.
Following a similar format to the previous event, there will be a series of simultaneous sessions for delegates to choose from. See programme for further details.
With a number of excellent speakers already secured, once again this established Paper Industry event is one not to be missed.
Tuesday 20 June – half-day
A series of seminars will cover a range of issues that affect our industry including amongst other topics, food contact, the circular economy, water abstraction and waste fires.
Annita Westenbroek, Royal Netherlands Paper and Board Association
Phil Conran, Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Packaging
Dr Colette Wrigglesworth, Defra
Spence Seaman, Environment Agency
Wednesday 21 June
Sessions will include presentations on a variety of topics within process safety, sharing good practices, health and wellbeing and regulatory issues including the sentencing guidelines. Amongst the speakers already confirmed are:
Dame Carol Black, Special Advisor to the Department of Health and Public Health England
Susan Gee, Yorkshire Water
Danny Martland, Military Air & Information
Joshua Rice, Sellafield
Peter Lennon, HSE
Roy Tozer, Shoosmiths LLP
Graham Andrews, Heineken
Dave Watson, James Cropper
View a short video of the 2015 conference
If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the 2017 Conference, please contact Emma Punchard at CPI. Please see the information pack. Note that the two main sponsor opportunities have been taken!
An informal BBQ will again be held on the evening of Tuesday 20 June.